Jump to content

MuppMan

Members
  • Content count

    75
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About MuppMan

  • Rank
    InsanelyMac Protégé
  1. Boot with the Vista CD and choose 'repair boot'. Restart and remove the 'Hackintosh' partition with Vista's built in partition tools.
  2. How can i upgrade my version?

    Sorry to hear that. Better luck next time.
  3. How can i upgrade my version?

    yes, it should work. If you do receive a kernel panic after reboot make sure to boot with the -v flag so you can narrow down whats causing the panic. Good luck!
  4. How can i upgrade my version?

    Some really bad luck going on here ;=) If you have 4Gb or more ram you need a 64bit enabled kext for your motherboard or else you might get sporadic kernel panics. Read more here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=127611 Anyway, you could try to install the apple update directly without patching it. Now that you have the Qoopz 9.8.0 kernel which is based on voodoo you might be able to update without patching. If the kernel gets overwritten just reinstall it again under windows. Do you use Timemachine ? If so do a full backup of your system before you try to update this way. Restoring a backup from Timemachine is very easy.
  5. How can i upgrade my version?

    You must have some .kext conflict somewhere. Is the system stable otherwise ? Anyway try this tool instead. It might work, it basically do the same thing as the other tool i recommended. http://rapidshare.com/files/147977159/ASU-0.5-Beta.zip
  6. How can i upgrade my version?

    Hmmm, the AMD Patcher is giving you a kernel panic ? Stupid question perhaps but, are you dragging the .pkg to the desktop first and then to the AMD patcher or are you dragging the .pkg directly from the .dmg to the AMD patcher ? What does the error say ? Are you using nforce chipset ? How much ram do you have ? You dont need to back up your mach_kernel, the AMD patcher will remove the Vanilla Kernel from the upgrade .pkg for you.
  7. How can i upgrade my version?

    You have to patch the .pkg in order to remove kexts like Intelpowermanagement.kext which will kernel panic an AMD system. When you mount the downloaded .dmg file you will find a .pkg file inside the .dmg. Drag that .pkg file to the desktop and then patch it with the AMD patcher. Install the the patched .pkg update file ( it will now have a green AMD logo on it ) then install the new kernel after reboot. If something goes wrong and you cant boot your system just install the mach_kernel from your windows partition using macdrive. Just copy the mach_kernel to the System root of your Osx install.
  8. How can i upgrade my version?

    Download the 10.5.8 combo update from apple. Then patch the .pkg file with this: http://www.infinitemac.com/f36/amd-patcher...download-t1622/ Having windows installed with macdrive on another partition is a good idea. It helps a lot when you have to remove "offending" kexts. Good luck. After you are done updating install this 9.80 kernel. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=179562
  9. A stupid question perhaps, but how do I check if the DSDT.aml is loaded or not ? Is there a terminal command ? Thanks!
  10. snokarver, install the Kernel with pcwiz osxtools. http://code.google.com/p/osx86tools/
  11. FakeSMC v2.5 Released

    No but FakeSMC exist for regular Leopard aswell.
  12. FakeSMC v2.5 Released

    I hear this kext is pointless when using the voodookernel because of its blacklisting of "dont steal osx" ? How do I disable the blacklist feature ? Is there a bootswitch I can add ? Thanks!
  13. I got "major" problems, I can only boot XP and DOS partitions with bootthink 1.1.0. With all the later versions of Bootthink the computer just reboots when I try to boot those partitions ?!? Any Ideas ?
  14. Same goes with Paragon for Ntfs on the osx side. Corrupted a 600 GB ntfs partition for me. THANKFULLY I could recover it. One should use these 3d party tools with care.
  15. Kernel Panic when unzipping files

    Thank you, I will try those.
×